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Our front lines start at the ticket booth, & our trenches have stadium seating. We spend our mornings picking the jagged shrapnel of fractured plot lines out of our battle-scarred minds. We could watch good movies, but where's the fun in that?

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Podcast Episode's:
Episode 254: Welcome Back! (2017)
Scott and Joey have been on a small hiatus but they are back and in full force! This episode is mostly a catch up one. We do talk about some films but there is a touch of political talk to even things out.
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Episode 253: Enemy Mine (1985)
Enemy Mine was a film that directly challenged Star Wars but in a more serious dramatic attempt. Although better than we remembered it still has its problems. Listen in and decide for yourself.
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Episode 252: The Last Starfighter (1984)
The Last Starfighter was the first film to utilize all computer graphics by way of Crays Servers. Some scenes look pretty good but most look downright terrible. The film itself isn't entirely bad but we remembered liking it more as kids.
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Episode 251: WarGames (1983)
WarGames actually doesn't deserve to get the Moviesucktastic treatment as it's a pretty good film. Everything is top notch from the cinematography to acting. Move along, nothing to see here.
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Episode 250: Chopping Mall (1986)
Teen sex, malls, killer robots and the 80's! Just about everything you'd want in a film about such things. Cheesy and poorly acted at times but that won't stop you from liking the hell out of this movie.
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Episode 249: Deadly Friend (1986)
Deadly Friend is on many top lists for Wes Craven. Although there are parts of the film that are classic Wes, it feels like the studio may have interfered and deviated from the book a little too much.
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Episode 248: Electric Dreams (1984)
Hollywood and computers have always been a bit of an issue in the 80's. Electric Dreams is no different. Although inventive on how technology was used it was completely by accident. Bud Cort as the computers voice is a big plus and saves the film.
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Episode 247: Superman III (1983)
With the recent controversy over Man of Steel and Batman v Superman, Joey and Scott head back to Superman's roots and celebrate the greatest Superman film ever made, complete with Richard Pryor as a computer hacker and the infamous junkyard fight.
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Episode 246: Death of Jodorowsky's Superman Dune (2013 - 2015)
In the last of this round of listener request episodes, Joey and Scott review two documentaries for Steve Brooks on films that never made it to the big screen, Alejandro Jodorowsky's version of Dune, and Superman Lives starring Nicolas Cage.
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Episode 245: Mr. Bean's Holiday (2007)
Part of Moviesucktastic's listener request reviews, Joey and Scott tackle the slapstick absurdities of Mr. Bean's Holiday for YouTube vlogger Amy McLean. Also on board, some trailers from 360soundandvision for The Face in the Wall and The Glasses 2.
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Episode 244: Krull (1983)
Joey and Scott review the notorious Ken Marshall (who?) vehicle, basically Willow meets Star Wars, with a dash of Tron. If you survived the 80's, you still have nightmares about crushed Cyclops and Charlie Bucket's math teacher turning into animals.
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Episode 243: Evil Toons (1992)
Evils Toons was played on late night Skinemax on a regular basis. Joey never saw it fully until recently and didn't take too well to it's horrible pacing, bad acting and even worse plot structure. Scott was a bit more forgiving (not by much).
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Episode 242: Cool World (1992)
Cool World was requested for this weeks show and boy it doesn't disappoint. It's bad, poor decisions were made and a razor thin script that really makes no sense. Bakshi at his lowest and most defeated by studios.
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Episode 241: Death Machines (1976)
Death machines are unstoppable but are they human or not? Can they be killed? If that wasn't enough they throw in a love story that makes zero sense and tease you with a hero who just turns out to to be a weak pathetic wimp. It's bad, really bad.
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Episode 240: Summer Blockbusters (2017)
Blockbuster season is nearly here and with that comes movies that will either make or break the Spring and Summer season. We talk about movies like Guardians Of The Galaxy 2, Spider-man, Wonder Woman and a whole bunch more. Tune in!
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Episode 239: Nocturnal Animals (2016)
SPOILER ALERT! We give Nocturnal Animals the proper review it deserves. A film snubbed at this year's Oscars except Best Supporting Actor by Michael Shannon nom. This film is so good you'll also wonder why it wasn't even a mention.
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Episode 238: Oscar talk: The Oscars (2017)
The 89th Academy awards are finally here! The wives join us for a short while as we commentate on the Oscars for the evening. Join us for every award and flub including the shocking ending as they announce Best Picture.
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Episode 237: Oscar talk: Moonlight (2016)
Moonlight tells a story of a young boy through manhood. Through all of this you see the troubles and tribulations of what he's going through living in a rough neighborhood of Miami and also trying to survive without anyone knowing he's gay.
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Episode 236: Oscar talk: Lion (2016)
When two brothers decide to leave their 3 year old sister behind to fend for herself, young Saroo gets lost and adopted by wealthy Australian white people. As an adult he tries to find his family and still doesn't care about his sister when he does.
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Episode 235: Oscar talk: Manchester By The Sea (2016)
SPOILER ALERT! It's VERY hard to review this film without giving something away. Just be warned that if you haven't seen this movie yet you may want to skip this episode until you do. Great film by the way although very depressing.
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Episode 234: Oscar talk: Fences (2016)
August Wilson's compelling stage play brought to life on the big screen by none other than Denzel Washington himself. Beautifully acted and well directed. "There's no law that says I have to like you"
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Episode 233: Oscar talk: La La Land (2016)
La La Land is one of those films that everyone thinks they have to like and that's just not true. You don't have to like this, you don't have to feel it should win Best Picture and you definitely don't have to tell other people to see it either.
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Episode 232: Oscar talk: Hacksaw Ridge (2016)
Mel is back! The ultra real and quite disturbing WWII film delivers on all fronts that an Oscar nominated film should be. Does Mel get Suicide Squad II because of this? Joey thinks so.
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Episode 231: Oscar talk: Hidden Figures (2016)
While although the film is based on true events (a stickler for Joey and a little nitpicky) the message is as powerful had it said based on a true story. One of the best acted films this year and more than deserves the best picture nomination.
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Episode 230: Oscar talk: Arrival (2016)
Arrival is this week's Oscar film on tap. With a compelling story and a solid conclusion it's one of our favorites so far.
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Episode 229: Oscar talk: Hell Or High Water (2016)
We review the first of nine Best Picture films this year in Hell Or High Water. Listen in as Joey and Scott talk about everything from the writing to the cinematography and why it's important.
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Episode 228: Oscar Nominations (2017)
The Oscar nominations are in! Listen as Joey and Scott talk about them along with the Razzie noms as well.
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Episode 227: Death Wish 3 (1985)
Death Wish not being a stranger to the show as we reviewed it back in episode 171 brings us back into the Death Wish series with part 3! Both Joey and Scott feel this is the best/worst film in the series makes for a fun review. Don't miss it.
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Episode 226: Willow (1988)
When a director (Ron Howard) has a hit in the film Cocoon and doesn't know what to do next and an overhyped Director/writer (George Lucas) that's famous for only one thing get together you get Willow! A total clunker.
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Episode 225: Christmasucktastic! (2016)
We get the Yule Log burnin', talk about Christmas movies like A Christmas Horror Story, National Lampoon's Christmas vacation, A Christmas Carol (2009), The Polar Express, How The Grinch Stole Christmas (1966) etc, etc
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Episode 224: January Films (2017)
Ahhhh, the beloved January films episode is back! We talk about and watch all the trailers for all the films being released in January 2017. This January is going to be a doozy for bad films believe you me.
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Episode 223: The Greasy Strangler (2015) Prince Of Darkness (1987)
The second installment of this Halloween episode involves The Greasy Strangler, The Prince Of Darkness and more.
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Episode 222: Pontypool (2008) Krampus (2015)
We haven't had a Halloween episode in a long time so we decided to bring it back for October. We mainly talk about films we've never seen before such as Pontypool, Krampus and more.
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Episode 221: Legend (1985)
Kinda kicking off the Halloween vibe, the film Legend is on tap this week. We review Tony Scott's director's cut which is worlds better than the theatrical release. Yeah it has its problems, but overall solid.
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Episode 220: Masters Of The Universe (1987)
Dolph Lundgren was a hot commodity back in the 80s. So much that they decided to make a horrible movie based on the He-Man toy line. A golden opportunity wasted as the low budget killed this film before it even started.
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Episode 219: The Garbage Pail Kids Movie (1987)
After watching The Borrower the only obvious movie challenge this week is The Garbage Pail Kids Movie. When a couple is watching the movie in the movie The Borrower, it's a no brainer.
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Episode 218: The Borrower (1991)
When an alien is banished to Earth for all its wrong doings, it goes on a murderous rampage "borrowing" the heads of its victims. Include a serial killer subplot with detective Rae Dawn Chong and you have one hell of a bad but kinda fun movie.
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Episode 217: Like Father Like Son (1987)
Kirk Cameron has never been liked on our show. Although this 80s body swap comedy brings Joey back to his younger years a bit. Scott's not on board even for the lovable Dudley Moore's performance.
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Episode 216: Watermelon Man (1970)
Watermelon Man turned out to be a better film than expected. Still with a message that unfortunately still resonates to this very day. A recommended viewing.
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Episode 215: Soul Man (1986)
Soul Man is Joey's challenge to Scott this week. Although we deem the film very tame for all the controversy it received back in the 80's there still is the fact that it's C. Thomas Howell in black face.
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Episode 214: The Pass (1998)
The Pass is the last film we're reviewing for our audience choice month. It's a good thing too because much like the title of the film, it's exactly what we should have done instead of reviewing it.
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Episode 213: Night Of The Comet (1984)
Night of the Comet is the third film in our audience choice requests. Fortunately this is a film we really didn't mind doing, grew up with and actually like. All too easy.
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Episode 212: B.C. Rock (1980) Thankskilling (2009)
B.C. Rock and Thankskilling are the first films to be reviewed in our audience choice month! There's a reason the films we review need to be a theatrical release. These are two prime examples.
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Episode 211: God's Not Dead (2014)
Religion and God being no stranger to MST we look at God's Not Dead strictly for its cinematic mishaps and not so much its message or religious belief. With Newsboys and Duck Dynasty involved it's hard but we pretty much do it.
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Episode 210: God Told Me To (1976)
When God tells you to do something you don't question it, you just do it. Especially when approached by Richard Lynch with a side vagina wanting to bear your children.
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Episode 209: C.H.U.D. (1984)
Robert Downey Jr. once said that he enjoys the classics but sometimes he just likes to sit back and watch C.H.U.D. Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers. We're with you Robert, we're will you.
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Episode 208: Frankenhooker (1990)
Could I pass up the connection of mad scientist from Re-Animator? Hell no! When Jeffery's fiance accidentally gets killed by a remote control lawn mower, he goes on the prowl for female body parts. Hilarity ensues.
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Episode 207: Re-Animator (1985)
H.P. Lovecraft is known for many things, Cthulhu usually being the most known. Well kids, Re-Animator is one of his best and the film adaptation is as well. Take a listen, you won't be disappointed.
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Episode 206: Robot Jox (1990)
Robot Jox is essentially rockem sockem robots the movie. With a decent budget that would make Pacific Rim point and laugh uncontrollably, it has its moments. Bad? Yeah. After R.O.T.O.R. last week, a masterpiece.
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Episode 205: R.O.T.O.R. (1987)
R.O.T.O.R. is quite possible one of, if not the worst film MST has ever reviewed. I can't remember a time we've had it worse than this. The film is so bad you know it's staying in our movie collections for a long time to come.
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Episode 204: Gwendoline (1984)
Gwendoline is what you'd get if you crossed Indiana Jones with Emmanuelle. A sexually explicit adventure film with no shortage of horrible acting and bad dialogue. Even Tawny Kitaen's boobs can't save this one.
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Episode 203: Oscar talk: The Big Short (2015)
The Big Short is astounding. It gets it right where it needs to be and makes you root against the evil housing market and everyone involved. Although Joey goes on a political tangent and Scott has to bring us back a couple of times, it's worth it.
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Episode 202: Oscar talk: Brooklyn (2015)
If I didn't dig Irish chicks and redheads I probably wouldn't have shown up for this one. Seriously, a total snooze fest. If you like movies about the 50's, immigration and the most boring love triangle between two continents, this movie is for you.
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Episode 201: Oscar talk: Bridge Of Spies (2015)
From the title, you know there are spies and a bridge involved somewhere. A recipe for Oscar nominations involves either Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg or the Coen brothers. This film has all three. Would it help? Nope. It won't win and it shouldn't.
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Episode 200: Batman v Superman (2016)
Better late than never I guess. Although this is our 200th episode, we recorded it on April 7th 2016. Why the wait? We tried to do something nice but failed miserbly. Instead, enjoy a SPOILER filled review of Batman v Superman! You've been warned.
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Episode 199: Oscar talk: Spotlight (2015)
Although not a bad film, its been recognized and touted by subject matter alone. Nothing new has been brought to the table cinematically and it's dreadfully formulaic. Without the subject matter, mediocre and probably not a Best Picture nominee either.
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Episode 198: Oscar talk: Room (2015)
It's rare when a novel is adapted into its cinematic counterpart leaving you with all kinds of emotions. It's even rarer when the author writes the screenplay for said film and the result isn't a giant steaming pile of...you get the idea.
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Episode 197: Oscar talk: The Revenant (2015)
Our favorite film from all the nominees and definitely what "should" be the clear cut winner. A near perfect film and under an even deeper analysis, it probably is. Innaritu will probably win Best Director as they will definitely split on Best Picture.
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Episode 196: Oscar talk: Mad Max Fury Road (2015)
With Mad Max being a sequel it's surprising it was nominated for Best Picture. What's not so surprising is just how damn good it is. Should it win? Probably not. Would we be disappointed? Not really.
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Episode 195: Oscar talk: The Martian (2015)
The Oscar season begins for Scott and Joey and what better way to kick things off than to review the film The Martian. This review Isn't totally spoiler free, just a heads up. Also, the lack of black Oscar nominees is discussed.
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Episode 194: The Forest (2015) & Oscar Nominations (2016)
Scott gives a spoiler free mini review of the horrible film The Forest. We also go in deep for this year's 2015 Oscar Nominations. A favorite of the show.
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Episode 193: Star Wars January Awakens
Star Wars The Force Awakens is discussed spoiler free and of course our yearly show of talking about and watching ALL the trailers for the bad January films for 2016.
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Episode 192: Saving Christmas (2014)
Joey and Scott celebrate the cinematic holiday season by diving hip-deep into what IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes have dubbed one of the worst Christmas movies of all time, Kirk Cameron's heroic attempt to keep the X out of Xmas, Saving Christmas (2014)
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Episode 191: Eliminators (1986)
More eighties badness as we review Eliminators! After the Mandroid is ordered to be destroyed he escapes only to come straight back to stop the evil scientist who should just be a plastic surgeon. Seriously, the guy is good.
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Episode 190: Gymkata (1985)
Gymkata is one of the pinnacle films that gave Moviesucktastic its humble beginnings. Bad movies like this are what fuels Scott and Joey to do MST. We give Gymkata the review it deserves, or doesn't. You be the judge.
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Episode 189: The Keep (1983)
The Keep was cut so badly by Paramount that Michael Mann hasn't ever revisited the film even for a restored version. There is supposedly a 210 minute cut of the movie too. Everyone loses, especially Scott and Joey.
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Episode 188: Dracula (1992)
Dracula (1992) ends our Halloween reviews for MST this month. We have a special guest, the mysterious Mr. Wilson to help! How does Joey fare against two Wilsons? Tune in and find out!
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Episode 187: Halloween III (1982)
Halloween III may have been directed by Tommy Lee Wallace but has Carpenter's stamp literally everywhere. Shunned when it was released, we give it the proper accolades and review it deserves.
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Episode 186: The Visit (2015)
M. Night Shyamalan's The Visit is actually a film that should put the director on the right path again. Due to the high turnaround of bad found footage films, this one is actually quite refreshing although bringing nothing new to the table. Listen now!
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Episode 185: Innocent Blood (1992)
Vampires and the mafia? In a new look at two age old genres, Scott ended up liking the film more than Joey. A horrible French accent, allowing said French accent to narrate, stereotypical Italian portrayals. Surprisingly could have been worse.
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Episode 184: Loverboy (1989)
When slacker Randy (Patrick Dempsey) flunks college he ends up getting a Summer job delivering pizza and realizing that College is where he belongs. Along the way he unintentionally becomes the "love doctor of Beverly Hills". Extra anchovies please!
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Episode 183: The Last American Virgin (1982)
The Last American Virgin is an 80's teen sex comedy where creepy sexless Gary falls instantly in love with Karen. The soundtrack is great and Joey liked it more than Scott but he can't let go of how much they recycle the same songs. Priorities man.
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Episode 182: Wes Craven Tribute
Wes Craven has always been known for his horror films. For the most part they've been pretty good. Well the film My Soul To Take is arguably his worst film. In our own way, we celebrate the man who helped define horror as we know it.
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Episode 181: It Follows (2014)
The movie It Follows has garnered quite a bit of attention since its release. Very well reviewed and very well received, until Scott saw it. Hear the review and decide for yourself.
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Episode 180: DUNE (1984)
After a small hiatus we review DUNE! The film, nearly as long as the hiatus even had Lynch say it was a mistake. We review the Alan Smithee cut of the film along with reminiscing about our old days of movie going.
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Episode 179: Jurassic World (2015)
Jurassic World broke the opening weekend record, is going on to be one of the biggest films ever made and still worse than the previous three movies. Were people jonesing that much for a new dinosaur movie? Yes, apparently.
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Episode 178: Venom (1981)
When Tobe Hooper was removed from Venom for creative differences Scott and Joey never wondered why. They say there isn't one scene left in this movie that Hooper shot. Find out what we had to say.
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Episode 177: Poltergeist (1982 and 2015)
A remake like Poltergeist can either be really good or really bad. Considering the first film is still such a classic was there really any other way than bad? We talk a lot about both films, Spielberg and Hooper!
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Episode 176: Dracula's Daughter (1936) Murders In The Rue Morgue (1932)
Couldn't get enough of Lugosi last week? We review Dracula's Daughter (which Lugosi isn't even in) and Murders In The Rue Morgue. Also Mad Max Fury Road is talked about.
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Episode 175: The Black Cat (1934) The Raven (1935)
Bela Lugosi was a huge star of his time. Was he a great businessman? Probably not. Listen in as Scott and Joey review The Black Cat and The Raven all while talking about Satanism, Edgar Allen Poe and Hollywood.
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Episode 174: The Punisher (1989)
THE GUILTY WILL BE PUNISHED! Marvel has had a bad rap for comic book films and this is no different. Before everything turned around for them they were making films like The Punisher. We had fun on this one.
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Episode 173: Dead Heat (1988)
If you like lots of terrible one liners, semi decent special effects or just Joe Piscopo, this is the film for you. We no good reason to recommend this film to anyone but we kinda like it. We know it's bad and we're really OK with that.
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Episode 172: Wise Guys (1986)
In a surprise Scott vs Joey episode, we find out that Joey is just too exhausted to challenge Scott's accusations that the film Wise Guys is poorly acted and unfunny. Joey on the other hand feels the complete opposite.
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Episode 171: Death Wish (1974)
Special guest Geno Cuddy joins the show to promote his new Local Access cable show Geno In the Evening. Also on tap is Joey and Scott's review of Death Wish. Clown Hammer!
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Episode 170: Times Square (1980)
This film takes place when NYC was still the sleazy sex driven porn laced city that it was. A coming of age story where two inner city girls meet and become unlikely friends. Surprisingly, there is quite a bit to the story. Check it out.
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Episode 169: Snowpiercer (2013)
When you get a call from your co-host slightly drunk at a late hour asking to review a film, you oblige. We review the film Snowpiercer in all its "back of the bus" whacked mentality. Check out what Scott and Joey thought.
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Episode 168: Phantom Of The Paradise (1974)
The very first Scott vs Joey episode didn't go as planned. In what was a film (Phantom of the Paradise) Joey hated years ago and Scott loved, we find that Joey didn't hate it nearly as much as an adult and if it's at all possible Scott loves it even more.
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Episode 167: 87th Academy Awards Live Coverage (2015)
It's the 2015 Oscars and Scott and Joey are bringing it to you live, raw and completely off the cuff. We go through every award all while keeping a tally on who's winning the printable ballots we filled out. It's a fun show, check it out.
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Episode 166: Oscar Talk: The Imitation Game (2014)
Alan Turing, the father of the computer was one of the biggest reasons World War II ended. He was able to create a machine that would crack the Nazis Enigma code. Our final Oscar film review and one of the better ones too.
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Episode 165: Oscar Talk: Selma (2014)
Selma rarely amazes and many other films have done the same better. It's an otherwise OK movie but feel it probably shouldn't have been nominated in the first place. Joey's PC crashes yet again and Scott tries to stay away from politics during the review.
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Episode 164: Oscar Talk: Birdman (2014)
Birdman is the type of film you may not know you like until after you see it. Everything in the film is done so well if you don't keep your eye on it you may miss something. We highly recommend it.
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Episode 163: Oscar Talk: Whiplash (2014)
Whiplash is the kind of film you may feel a bit tense throughout the entire runtime. The reason? J K Simmons performance is outstanding. Nothing truly new brought to the table but what is brought is done damn well and to near perfection.
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Episode 162: Oscar Talk: The Theory of Everything (2014)
The Theory of Everything is this week's Oscar film up for review. Scott and Joey take a long look at the film, the story behind it and of course the Hawkman himself! He even stops by and says a few words throughout the show.
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Episode 161: Oscar Talk: Boyhood (2014)
Richard Linklater's uninspiring, slow, when is something going to happen movie is nominated for best picture and Scott and Joey just don't know why. The odds of this film winning best picture are just too great for us to be comfortable with that.
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Episode 160: Oscar Talk: American Sniper (2014)
Chris Kyle was known to be the deadliest sniper in US history. In this special hybrid episode (also uploaded on Strangers) Scott and Joey talk about the movie, the book and most importantly Chris Kyle.
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Episode 159: Oscar Talk: The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
Does Wes Anderson finally have his best picture? Scott and Joey really hope so. Despite their dissatisfaction with the aspect ratio (Joey hated it more) it's a damn near perfect film.
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Episode 158: Oscar Talk: Nightcrawler (2014)
It's Oscar time! With the 2014 nominees being announced Scott and Joey spend some time and discuss. We also review the amazing film Nightcrawler (2014)
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Episode 157: Bugsy Malone (1976)
Bugsy Malone is a man about town in this all kid cast. Nothing like this has been done before and or since this film came out. Joey and Scott have fond memories from their childhood with a new perspective as adults.
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Episode 156: Zapped! (1982)
When local nerd Barney (Baio) accidentally gets becomes a victim of his own experiment he gains super telekinetic powers in the process. His best friend Peyton (Aames) sees this as a huge opportunity and hilarity ensues.
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Episode 155: Street Trash (1987)
The best melt movie ever made? It's none other than Street Trash. A film with layers other than dirt. When a local liquor store owner finds bottles of Tenafly viper he starts selling them to the local homeless, they start melting!
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Episode 154: Maniac Cop (1988)
A deranged ex-cop is going around killing innocent people and frames Bruce Campbell (Jack Forrest) for the whole thing. A stellar performance by Tom Atkins a no nonsense detective really brings this film home. Bruce ain't bad either.
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Episode 153: Shocker (1989)
Shocker can be campy at times but it's one of Scott and Joey's favorite 80's slasher horror movies. Serial killer Horace Pinker (Mitch Pileggi) steals the movie with a great performance where you're almost rooting for him.
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Episode 152: Guilty As Charged (1991)
When Rod Steiger (Kallin) decides that the justice system is broken, he hunts down and electrocutes the very criminals that have gotten away with murder because of it.
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Episode 151: Deathrow Gameshow (1987)
Deathrow Gameshow, a film Joey used to watch on late night Cinemax back in the day. A comedic take on the game show aspect using nothing but death row criminals as contestants.
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Episode 150: The Last Dragon (1985)
The Last Dragon is what we attempt to review this week. We have special guest Christian Wollner and Live Stream decides to crash my entire system all during our milestone 150th episode. Luckily I was able to salvage the show. Enjoy!
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Episode 149: YouTube Sucks!
YouTube sucks! They will flag, dispute and take down videos of our show all under Fair use and we've had it. Share Scott and Joey's disgust in this very special FU episode to YouTube.
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Episode 148: Jury Duty (1995)
When Pauly Shore has nowhere to live he decides that Jury Duty isn't such a bad idea after all. As he milks the system you only wish you were having your prostate milked instead.
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Episode 147: Rappin' (1985)
Rappin' (1985) is a lot less tough than it looks. No one can rap. No one can dance. And no one can certainly act. It's so bad Ice T had to rap over Mario Van Peebles voice.
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Episode 146: Breakin' (1984) 2 Electric Boogaloo (1984)
Breakin' and Breakin' 2 Electric Boogaloo are on tap this week. It's the same film different titles, or is it same title different films, or maybe same genre but different plot structure? Ahhh, who gives a crap really?
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Episode 145: Exterminator 2 (1984)
The Exterminator is back and cheesier than ever. Set in the not so distant future where break dancing and drugs rule the streets, John is back one more time to clean it all up!
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Episode 144: The Exterminator (1980)
When John's best friend is attacked by the Ghetto Ghouls he takes action into his own hands and pleads to clean the city. A misleading poster, a clone of many other vigilante flicks and some of the worst pacing, foreshadowing and editing around.
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Episode 143: Savage Streets (1984)
What do you get when you have Linda Blair in the beginning stages of the downward spiral of her career? That's right, Savage Streets! When her sister is raped and nearly beaten to death she goes on a vigilante death spree for REVENGE!
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Episode 142: Streets (1990)
Christina Applegate is Dawn, a hooker whose love for heroin has brought her to the Streets. When she's almost killed by a serial killer, her and her new city boyfriend (and everyone she knows) find themselves fighting for their lives to get away from him.
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Episode 141: Wild Thing (1987)
When a little boy watches his parents murdered by (Robert Davi) he's taken in by a crazy homeless woman who raises him as her own. Instead of being put in a shelter and foster care he's raised in the streets and becomes Wild Thing!
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Episode 140: Sheena (1984)
Tanya Roberts stars as Sheena, a telepathic soothsayer of all animals of the jungle. When the King is killed in a plot to make money over land and unobtainium, err sorry, Sheena and her new city boyfriend find themselves fighting for their lives.
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Episode 139: The Beastmaster (1982)
The Beastmaster isn't just something my wife calls me, it's also our review this week. Join in the fun of this childhood classic that Scott and I grew up with. Swords, witchcraft, peta problems and oh yeah, bat shit crazy Rip Torn.
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Episode 138: Defending Your Life (1991)
When Albert brooks dies in a car accident he's sent to Judgment City to defend his life. Everything is perfect about it except it's also unfortunately the deciding ground of whether you move on or get sent back to earth to try it all over again.
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Episode 137: Visiting Hours (1982)
Michael Ironside has always been a solid but completely underused character actor. This film is no different. Does it fit the bad movie mold? A fun bad flick? Hell yes! Should Michael Ironside be wearing a leather wife beater? Probably not.
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Episode 136: Hammer Of The Gods (2013)
In a world of ash and death it seems that all the hip Norsemen like listening to dub step. I'm guessing when they aren't over acting and spending as little money as possible on the film they are tripping balls with glow sticks somewhere in a cave.
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Episode 135: Leonard Part 6 (1987)
Bill Cosby decided to make a movie in 1987 called Leonard Part 6 that he was directly responsible for. Scott and Joey have decided to review that movie from a listener suggestion. Bad idea.
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Episode 134: Philip Seymour Hoffman
In this episode Scott and Joey shamelessly whore themselves out by doing an entire show on Philip Seymour Hoffman movies due to his recent death. It's actually not that bad.
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Episode 133: The Wolverine (2013)
How many topics can Joey and Scott get sidetracked on while trying to review yet another wildly mediocre superhero film that shoots its creative wad in the first ten minutes? Listen in and find out.
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Episode 132: Total Recall (1990 and 2012)
Recall, recall, recall!! Both the original and remake of Total Recall are reviewed and inspected. Joey was angrier last but lost steam for the actual show. We also play fan voicemail.
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Episode 131: 2013 Oscar Nominations
The 2013 Oscar Nominations are out and we go over each category with a fine tooth comb. Listen in and hear Scott and Joey talk too much about Gravity.
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Episode 130: APE (1976)
APE, not to be confused with King Kong! Released in 1976 the same year as the De Laurentiis King Kong remake. Based on that alone one would have to know this film has more than a few problems.
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Episode 129: Christmasucktastic 2013!
Christmasucktastic is upon us! Scott and Joey talk about their favorite Christmas movies and play scenes from each one. Enjoy!
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Episode 128: Runaway (1984)
Michael Critchton is a horrible writer and film director. It's proven yet again with his horrible futuristic film of Runaway. Will the mustache man beat the tongue guy? Find out!
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Episode 127: Thanksgiving Movies!
Happy Thanksgiving! We talk about films that take place on or around the holiday of Thanksgiving. Films like Alice's restaurant, Dutch, Planes, Trains & Automobiles plus more!
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Episode 126: Staying Alive (1983)
A sequel to Saturday Night Fever? The film? Staying Alive. The Director? Sylvester Stallone. Unfortunately only one of us had to sit through 90 minutes of Travolta doing Jazz hands as the other host watched the wrong film. Find out who it was!
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Episode 125: The Wicker Man (2006)
The Wicker Man (2006) is carefully dissected for all its horrible glory. Nicolas Cage always seems to at least try and deliver a solid performance even if it's campy. It's one of the worst film he's ever done so please join us in tearing it apart.
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Episode 124: January Preview 2014
Lets talk garbage! This episode is dedicated to everything coming out this January 2014. This is where films go to die. Everything from the new I, Frankenstein to Paranormal Activity 5 is covered. Yeah, crapfest 2014...
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Episode 123: Rosemary's Baby (1968)
Is there anything more terrifying than childbirth? Joey and Scott discuss, along with the unavoidable silliness of devil worship, in their rather timely review of Rosemary's Baby (1968). Hail Satan!
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Episode 122: The House Of The Devil (2009)
Man, these guys really hate Ti West.
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Episode 121: Terrorvision (1986)
When garbage from the planet Pluton is sent off course to Earth an alien pet with an insatiable appetite comes along with it. It ends up coming through the Putterman's new satellite dish and hilarity (and death) ensues.
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Episode 120: Patrick (1978)
Patrick is nearly dead and still he kills! When Patrick kills his mother and her lover he ends up into a coma. He falls in love with his private nurse and tries to kill everyone in his path using psychokinesis to be with her.
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Episode 119: The Fury (1978)
When Kirk Douglas's supernatural son is kidnapped by the government, he sets himself on a hell bent mission to get him back anyway he can. Even if it means taking hostages, stealing cars and getting innocent people killed.
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Episode 118: Gloria (1980 and 1999)
You let a woman beat ya! Scott and Joey review the gritty classic Gloria from 1980 and its ugly sister remade in 1999. We break down each film side by side and talk strengths and weaknesses. Although Gloria from 1999 is just...weak.
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Episode 117: One For The Money (2012)
In "One For The Money" Stephanie Plum is looking for a big payday if she can bring in felon Joe Morelli. If that isn't simple enough for you don't worry, there's plenty of voice over to help along the film.
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Episode 116: V.I. Warshawski (1991)
V.I. Warshawski: She's as sexy as she is smart! When VI's 10 minute boyfriend drops off his daughter and he turns up dead, the real fun begins! Also, a long overdue cinematic confession from Scott!
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Episode 115: Die Laughing (1980)
When a scientist is killed in Pinsky's (Benson) cab, everyone is after him from the Russians, to the FBI to...Bud Cort. They're all after the scientist's monkey, who has memorized a formula for turning trash into plutonium. Yeah, I just said that.
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Episode 114: Roller Boogie (1979)
Sunny beaches, roller discos, making out on dumpsters, humorous sexual assault, strange fruit trucks... Welcome to the wonderful world of Roller Boogie!
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Episode 113: Solarbabies (1986)
Set in a post-apocalyptic future where a group of roller-skating lacrosse players imprisoned in a fascist orphanage (complete with roller rink) escape on well-paved desert roads to help a glowing ball restore the planet's water supply. No, really.
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Episode 112: Fatal Beauty (1987)
Fatal Beauty is a dangerous new drug on the streets and only Whoopi Goldberg can stop it! With a supposed deleted sex scene, bad dialog and terrible gags this is one you won't want to miss. Trucks don't bleed.
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Episode 111: The Wild Life (1984)
The Wild Life is this week's film. Is it too much like Fast Times? (both films penned by Cameron Crowe) Also, Scott rethinks romantic comedies into suspense thrillers. It's casual!
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Episode 110: Red Dawn (1984 and 2012)
Wolverines! Our first endeavour into the new remake challenge is Red Dawn (1984 and 2012). Also, we bring back the Name That Movie Challenge game from last week!
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Episode 109: Name That Movie Challenge
It's a cross between the $100,000 Pyramid and Name That Tune. Scott and Joey have been tooling around new ideas for the show and here's a taste of what's to come. We hope you have as much fun listening as we did playing.
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Episode 108: Iron Eagle (1986)
Jets, army base brats, homosexual overtones and Lou Gossett! That's right, we're talking Iron Eagle! Drop the Wall of Fire and tune in!
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Episode 107: Jaws 3D (1983)
The third dimension is TERROR! We review the abominable Jaws 3D. Essentially a 99 minute commercial for SeaWorld but in a very bad way. Join us for 3D fun and antics!
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Episode 106: Caveman (1981)
Caveman is the next flick on our operating table. The problem is the plot is razor thin and the entire film is in Caveman talk. Still fun all these years later? Find out.
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Episode 105: StarCrash (1978)
The Adventures of Stella Star or more popularly known as StarCrash is the movie challenge this week. So many things wrong, so much logic thrown out the window. Special Guest Chris Byczkiewicz (an expert on the film) steals the show and won't shut up.
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Episode 104: Wing Commander (1999)
Wing Commander is given entirely more review time than it deserves. What can we say, we're thorough. Also, we discuss the top ten most downloaded episodes EVER for MST and we reveal next week's movie challenge.
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Episode 103: Iron Sky (2012)
Moon Nazis! In this episode we review Iron Sky and talk about our top ten most downloaded episodes for February. We also give props to our all time most downloaded episode ever. Oh and Ogre-load.
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Episode 102: The 85th Academy Awards
The 85th Academy Awards live with Scott and Joey. In a rare occurrence we record a show while in the same room all while streaming the Oscars live! We left the liquor at the bar this time but kept the snide remarks. Listen in!
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Episode 101: Life Of Pi (2012)
Life of Pi Director Ang Lee produces a visual masterpiece by some a boring been done before 3D gimmick by Scott and Joey. Although we didn't hate the film we definitely have our issues with it. Listen in and find out!
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Episode 100: Argo and Les Miserables (2012)
In our special 100th milestone episode Scott and Joey have absolutely nothing special planned. That's right...we just review two Oscar noms Les Miserables and Argo.
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Episode 99: Django Unchained (2012)
Django! Django! Scott and Joey review the new Tarantino film Django Unchained. Nearly a perfect film and one of his best. Scott also gives a mini review of Paranormal Activity 4.
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Episode 98: The Hobbit An Unexpected Journey (2012)
Wes Anderson and Tyler Durden stop by and help review The Hobbit An Unexpected Journey. We go around the table round robin style. We also cover this year's Oscar Nominations for 2012.
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Episode 97: 3Diculous 2013
3Diculous! There is definitely no shortage of 3D movies in 2013. So much even, that we go above and beyond for our annual show this year.
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Episode 96: January Preview 2013
January Film Release Preview! Tune in and get psyched to ring in the new year with the worst that Hollywood has to offer!
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Episode 95: Silent Night (2012)
Your special friends Joey and Scott celebrate the yuletide season by reviewing the latest horror film remake to hit the big screen, Silent Night, the remake of the classic controversial holiday slasher flick Silent Night, Deadly Night. Merry Christmas.
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Episode 94: The Wizard (1989) Super Mario Bros (1993)
Strap on your tool belt, grab your lunchbox full of dead sister, dose up on mushrooms, and begin your electronic vision quest with two of the longest, most expensive Nintendo game commercials in history, Super Mario Bros. and The Wizard!
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Episode 93: Knight and Day (2010)
Joey and Scott return after a brief medical hiatus to tackle the enigma that is Tom Cruise, in the film that is Knight and Day. All you Cruise fanatics can rinse and spit with this one; it's smiles and sunglasses all the way!
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Episode 92: James Bond
Bond, James Bond! We review both Timothy Dalton Bond films The Living Daylights and Licence To Kill. We also talk a bit about the new Bond film Skyfall as well.
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Episode 91: Box Office for Nov 9 - Nov 11
Hurricane Sandy may have taken Joey's power away but not his will to live. The boys delve back into the podcast scene and do an extensive Top Ten and Finger list. We also stray a bit and give our two cents in on other films as well.
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Episode 90: Atlas Shrugged (2011)
Scott runs the show solo as Joey is gone. In the meantime Scott does the Top Ten all while making fun of how thorough Joey is. He also does the Finger List and as a special treat, reviews Atlas Shrugged.
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Episode 89: End Of Year 2012
System failure! We attempt to talk about what movies are coming out until the end of the year. Unfortunately Joey's system crashes twice due to Livestream. Joey should have never spoke ill of it.
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Episode 88: Movie Roundup
Movie Roundup! Scott and Joey talk about what flicks they've seen recently like The Cabin in the Woods, The Avengers, our movie collections and more! Top Ten and Finger List as well.
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Episode 87: Rubber (2010) and Haywire (2011)
Rubber and Haywire are the flicks reviewed this week. We go into detail on each one and pay special attention to rating them on IMDB.
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Episode 86: Megaforce (1982)
Deeds not words. The high budgeted action sci-fi flic Megaforce is reviewed. Gold Lame Jumpsuits, nuff said.
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Episode 85: BMX Bandits (1983) and RAD (1986)
Special guest Chrisitian helps out with the review duties this week for BMX Bandits and RAD. Nostalgia has us flashing back to our childhood. Also, The Top Ten and Finger List.
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Episode 84: Political Movies
Political films are reviwed and discussed in this very special episode due to the Republican GOP being this week. We talk about everything from Network to Brazil.
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Episode 83: Heavy Metal (1981) and Rock and Rule (1983)
Heavy Metal Rock and Rule! Both films are reviewed and remembered from our youth. We also feel it necessary to stick to true show format as we review Heavy Metal 2000. What garbage. We also reflect on the late Tony Scott.
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Episode 82: Going Ape! (1981)
Tony Danza crotch shot and three orangutans! Need more? We review the seldom funny Going Ape! We do the Top Ten and the Finger list with a special guest, Papa Guiseppe!
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Episode 81: V/H/S (2012)
V/H/S review! Find out what Scott and Joey liked most about the this new found footage horror flick. Nostalgia and gore go quite well together. Also reviewed are The Silent House and its remake Silent House.
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Episode 80: Freaky Farley (2007)
Freaky Farley Peeping Tom! We review the Indie flick Freaky Farley and we didn't hate it! It has a campy feel you'll enjoy and the quality of film won't make you cringe. Just don't ask Farley about his mother.
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Episode 79: Dark Knight Rises Controversy
Dark Knight Rises controversy plus more industry news and as always the Top Ten and Finger List.
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Episode 78: Cool as Ice (1991)
Cool As ice is? Not even close. Scott and Joey with special guest Shawn Phillip Heinze Esquire review the Vanilla Ice flop. Listen in as we talk about the film, action figures, The Finger List and The Top Ten.
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Episode 77: Men In Black 3 (2012)
Men In Black 3 is reviewed and you may be surprised by what the boys think. We also talk about other films we've seen and as always The Top Ten and Finger List.
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Episode 76: Prometheus (2012)
Prometheus is ruined for EVERYONE by Scott and Joey! Do you like Alien? Do you like Ridley Scott? Do you like Sci-Fi? Too bad.
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Episode 75: John Carter (2012)
Back to back podcasts with movies starring Taylor Kitsch. We review the megabomb John Carter. Scott has a Cinematic Confession and we do movie news as well.
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Episode 74: Battleship (2012)
Predictable, cliche and awfully acted come to mind after seeing Battleship. It should be fun but it's not. We also do The Top Ten and Finger List. You sank my...Never mind.
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Episode 73: Summer Blockbusters 2012
Want to know what blockbusters are coming out this Summer? Look no further! Scott and Joey talk Summer blockbusters of 2012 and also do The Top Ten and Finger List.
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Episode 72: Van Helsing (2004)
We cover John Travolta news, The Top Ten, The Finger List and we review the big budget excuse for a film Van Helsing all while Scott drinks too much wine.
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Episode 71: The Hunger Games (2012)
This week Scott and Joey review The Hunger Games, do movie news and Joey tries to pay attention while watching Hockey!
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Episode 70: King Kong (2005)
We review Peter Jackson's King Kong. Is the film too long? You bet! Is it overhyped? Correct again! The Top Ten, Finger List and for the second straight week, technical difficulties!
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Episode 69: Titanic (1997)
We review Titanic all while having technical difficulties during the show. Ironic. We're back to form doing The Top Ten, Finger List and Scott brings back The Terrible Game reads!
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Episode 68: Snakes On A Plane (2006)
Ridley Scott Prometheus news, Top Ten, Finger List as well as what's coming to theaters April 13, 2012. We also review Snakes On A Plane until Joey's PC decided to crap out. Enjoy!
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Episode 67: Crocodile Dundee I and II
We do a late night review of Crocodile Dundee I and II. We've come to the conclusion that we really like Paul Hogan. We also do the Top Ten and Finger List.
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Episode 66: The Shrimp On The Barbie (1990)
G'day mate! Should I throw another Shrimp On The Barbie for you? Good! We review the Cheech Marin film of the same name, do the Top Ten, The Finger list and a new bit to the show, Haiku/Beat Poetry!
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Episode 65: Circuitry Man (1990)
We review the 1990 film Circuitry Man. All while Joey is sick as a dog. We also do the Top Ten and Finger List. This episode almost never happend so enjoy it!
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Episode 64: Highway To Hell (1991)
The low budget 90's flick Highway To Hell is reviewed as we do our first live show! The Top ten and Finger List are also covered.
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Episode 63: 84th Academy Awards Live Coverage
WARNING: This episode contains harsh language, adult subject matter but most of all two grown men drinking lots of vodka while watching the Oscars. One of those men pukes a lot. Be fair warned!
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Episode 62: The Devil and Max Devlin (1981)
Does Walt Disney want to corrupt the minds of children? Joey and Scott take on these tough questions while reviewing The Devil and Max Devlin. The Top Ten and Finger List are also covered.
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Episode 61: Valentine's Day 2012
Valentine's Day is upon us! Scott and Joey take a different approach to the much celebrated holiday. We talk about movies that will likely or not likely get you some!
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Episode 60: Ghost Dad (1990)
Finally, a movie challenge! Scott and Joey do the much anticipated Ghost Dad, a challenge from Joey to Scott. They also cover the Top Ten and Finger List for the week as well.
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Episode 59: 2012 Oscar Nominations
The 2011 Oscar nominations are out! We talk about all the major catagories. Find out what we think!
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Episode 58: The Hangover II, Super 8 (2011) The Machinist (2004)
Scott and Joey do a What we've been watching episode! We review films like The Hangover II, Super 8, The Machinist, The classic horror comedy House and more!
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Episode 57: Sequels, Prequels, Remakes 2012
Listen in as Scott and Joey talk about 2012's sequels. prequels and remakes. Find out what they like and don't like. Also, The Top Ten and Finger List are covered.
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Episode 56: January Releases 2012
Sucktastic January flicks are here! Find out what we think. Also, The Top Ten, Finger List, our 2012 must see list and politics. For the sake of everyone, we ended that quickly.
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Episode 55: The Thing (2011)
Is it a remake? Is it a prequel? These are the hard questions Joey and Scott tackle when reviewing the 2011 film The Thing. Listen in and decide for yourself. Oh and Happy New Year!
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Episode 54: Box Office for Dec 23 - Dec 25
What happens when Joey and Scott don't do a top ten for a couple of weeks? It goes for over an hour! This is as close to a Christmas episode as you'll get this year so enjoy!
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Episode 53: J.D.'s Revenge (1976)
The spirit of J.D. Walker has taken over Joey when they review the 70's Blaxploitation film J.D.'s Revenge. Listen in as the boys give a full in depth review. "Don't worry, daddy ain't gonna hurt you!" Also covered, The Top Ten and The Finger List.
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Episode 52: 11 11 11 (2011)
What kind of film buffs are the boys? Find out! We also review the film 11 11 11 in all its terrible glory. Can we even say that? The Top Ten and Finger list are on the schedule as is another reading from The Terrible game.
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Episode 51: Action Jackson (1988)
Hot, Hotter, Hottest! Joey and Scott review the so bad it's good Action Jackson. Full of one liners Arnold rejected and a quite creepy Craig T. Nelson to boot. Listen to us pick this one dry like well done ribs. Scott also reads from The Terrible Game.
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Episode 50: Dungeons & Dragons (2000) & Severed (2005)
Dungeons & Dragons anyone? Hear what we think! We also review Severed: Forest Of The Dead for the new Home Game segment. Also covered are the Top 10 and Finger List.
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Episode 49: Birdemic (2010) & LittleMan (2006)
Words cannot explain how awful Birdemic is. We here at MST do our best and always aim to please though. Also hear our in depth review of Little Man, Joey's challenge to Scott!
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Episode 48: Scott's Crappy Internet
Joey and Scott attempt to do a What We've Seen Episode and fail miserably. What you get instead is The Top Ten, The Finger List and a review for Attack The Block. We also go off the rails on the top ten and Scott's internet keeps knocking him off!
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Episode 47: Catwoman (2004)
Scott challenges Catwoman to Joey and he wonders what's bothering him. A full in depth review of the atrocity that is this film. We also do the top 10 and The Finger list!
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Episode 46: Supergirl (1984)
Special guest Don E Smith brings his comic book expertice to Scott's movie challenge of Supergirl. We also discus the Top Ten, Finger List and The Terrible Game!
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Episode 45: Netflix Sucks!
Did you get your netflix I'm sorry email? Listen in as Scott and Joey rant about Netflix's actions and why they suck!
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Episode 44: Ishtar (1987)
Tellin' the truth is dangerous business...why? Because Scott challenged Joey to Ishtar! A truly unfunny film. Also done are The Top Ten, Finger list and Scott reads The Terrible game!
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Episode 43: Little Fockers (2010)
We talk about Scott's movie challenge of Little Fockers in excruciating detail. We also do the Top Ten, Finger list, Take Out The Trash, a reading from The Terrible Game and a new Straight to Video segment review for the film Alive Or Dead.
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Episode 42: Sphere (1998)
Scott and Joey do this weeks Top Ten, The Finger List and talk about Joey's movie challenge of Sphere. Also, we do the "Taking Out The Trash" segment for Sphere and Scott reads the next installment from The Terrible Game.
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Episode 41: Virus (1999)
Scott and Joey get back into action to discuss this weeks Top Ten Box Office films, The Finger List, Scott's Movie Challenge of Virus and the next excerpt from The Terrible Game.
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Episode 40: The Golden Child (1986)
Joey reviews his movie challenge of The Golden Child. Proving to be a harder review than anticipated due to the fact that Joey still enjoys the film.
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Episode 39: Scott and Joey review Source Code, Skyline, Drive Angry and more!
How do you wash away the taste of A Serbian Film in episode 38? Listen to episode 39! This is essentially a what we've been watching epsiode. We review Source Code, Skyline, Drive Angry and much more!
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Episode 38: A Serbian Film (2010)
Scott and Joey are traumatized by A Serbian Film. They also talk about other films involving hard subject matter such as rape and revenge. Also covered: Top ten and The Finger List.
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Episode 37: Skinwalkers (2006)
Scott delivers a followup to Joey's Beowulf (1999) review, reviews his movie challenge Skinwalkers, issues Joey's next movie challenge, introduces a new ongoing literary segment to the show. The Finger List and Battleship: The Movie are also discussed.
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Episode 36: Beowulf (1999)
Joey talks about the horrible Christopher Lambert version of Beowulf. Also mentioned are the top ten, the finger list and a new twist on the Movie Challenges!
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Episode 35: Superbabies Baby Geniuses 2 (2004)
Scott and Joey are back to form doing the top ten, finger list and talking about Joey's movie challenge of Superbabies Baby Geniuses 2 to Scott!
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Episode 34: Xanadu and Can't Stop The Music (1980)
Joey talks about Scott's challenge to him of Xanadu and Can't stop The Music. Listen in as Joey rants about these flicks and gives Scott a fresh new movie challenge!
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Episode 33: Vampires Suck (2010)
Scott covers the top ten, Hobo With A Shotgun, verbally smacks Joey in the face for his movie challenge of Vampires Suck and gives him two movie challenges as punishment!
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Episode 32: Hobo With A Shotgun (2011)
What does Joey sound like when his PC crashes after saving a show? Like a Hobo With A Shotgun! Listen in as Joey reviews this film and hands Scott his movie challenge.
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Episode 31: An old new episode found on my hard drive
What once was lost has now been found, on my hard drive. A really good Top 10 from April 4th 2010 we couldn't use. Listen in as we rant about 3D TVs, Jennifer Aniston and Scott sings!
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Episode 30: Father Scardo's Altered Hours
Scott is a guest on Father Scardo's Altered Hours show. Joey Calls in the show and everyone immediately talks about rape, Funny Games and A Clockwork Orange. A real upbeat episode.
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Episode 29: ZOMBIES! ZOMBIES! ZOMBIES!
ZOMBIES!ZOMBIES!ZOMBIES! This entire episode is dedicated to the George Romero Zombie series, in dedication to Scott's recent appearance on Zombie Etiquette!
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Episode 28: The Oscars Pre-talk
Joey runs solo in his first MovieCaszTastic episode! Listen in as Joey talks about The Top Ten, The Finger List, Oscar talk with predictions and Joey's first Cinematic Confessional!
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Episode 27: The Minority (2006) Review
Scott and Joey review the movie The Minority. The NYC based film company 360 Sound And Vision want their expert opinion. Listen in and find out what they thought!
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Episode 26: John Dimes Interview
Scott and Joey interview John Dimes, author of There Are no Bad Movies! Only Bad Audiences. Listen in as we go back and forth with John about his book, movies and more!
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Episode 25: eXXXotica Expo & Avatar XXX Review
Scott and Joey finally discuss their trip to the eXXXotica Expo in Edison NJ and also review the better film This Ain't Avatar XXX!
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Episode 24: Daybreakers (2009) & Spierig Bros.
Scott reviews Daybreakers and rips Joey's heart out for thinking the film was "OK". The Spierig bros. are twin freaks. Scott defends Spierig bros. film "Undead" and Scott takes an online course for Literature On Film.
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Episode 23: SAW 3D (2011)And AVATAR Porn
Joey and Scott apologize for lost time, talk about Saw 3D, Avatar Porn, The Hobbit, Paranormal Activity 2, Roger Ebert's Jaw, Joey flaunts his Paranormal Activity 2 predictions, and Scott Rants about movies featuring rich people with problems.
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Episode 22: Bad Movie Day 2010
The one year anniversary of Moviesucktastic is here! How do we celebrate? With a Bad Movie Day of course! Listen to us read fan mail and talk about the nominated films!
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Episode 21: 3D Extravaganza
Joey and Scott cover 3D movies from 2009, 2010 and upcoming 2011, all while doing shots for every other film. The top 10 is also covered.
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Episode 20: Transformers 2 and G.I. Joe (2009)
Our Movie challenges of Joey to Scott (GI Joe) and Scott to Joey (Transformers 2) are talked at length. Listen to us talk about how decent TF2 was and how mind numbingly bad G.I. Joe was.
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Episode 19: The Expendables (2010)
The Expendables kicks the chick flick Eat, Pray Loves ass! Also Predators is reviewed. Scott reads hate mail from a Twilight fan and explodes on James Cameron...again
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Episode 18: Inception (2010)
Scott and Joey both talk a bit about the new film Inception and mention how dumb film reviewer Sandy Kenyon is. They also draw comparisons to the film Dreamscape.
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Episode 17: Twilight: Eclipse (2010)
Scott forces himself to go to a midnight showing to review Twilight: Eclipse after Joey bails on Him. Also covered is the action comedy Killers.
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Episode 16: The A-Team at the Drive-in (2010)
The A-Team at the Drive-in. Scott covers Te Karate Kid, The A-Team, Drive ins and the fact that Joey is still missing.
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Episode 15: Box Office For Apr 30-May 2
Scott does the weekend boxoffice for April 30-May 2. He reviews How to Train Your Dragon Glen Beck style. Joey's gone missing! He's thought to be kidnapped by Avatar Fans!
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Episode 14: Box Office For Apr 23-25
Scott talks about the Weekend Box office for April 23-25
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Episode 13: 82nd Academy Awards
Scott & Joey do their show during a live telecast of the Oscars. All the awards and movies picked apart on a live and totally off the cuff style.
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Episode 12: Box Office For Apr 16-18
Scott runs this episode solo and talks about the Weekend Box office for april 16-18
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Episode 11: Valentine's Day Special
In this very special Valentine's Day episode you'll hear us shoot off about To Live & Die in L.A., Eastern Promises, The Crying Game, The Piano, The Indian runner, bad lieutenant, The Brown Bunny and much more!
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Episode 10: Women In Love (1969) & Looker (1981)
We talk about our movie challenges of Women In Love & Looker, The Top Ten, The Finger List, Runaway, Oscars, Figs, Tom Rosovitch, Michael Critchton, Tom Selleck and much more!
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Episode 9: Heaven's Gate (1980) & Robocop 3 (1993)
Listen to Scott and Joey talk about The weekend top ten box office films, The Finger List, James Cameron, Avatar fans, Pre-Oscar talk, Transformers 2, Movie challenges of Heaven's Gate and Robocop 3!
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Episode 8: 2010 Sequels Special!
Listen to Scott and Joey talk about the top ten box office films, The Finger List, announce the winner of the 100th Facebook fan and most importantly our sequels list of 2010!
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Episode 7: Avatar Special! (2009)
In this special episode of Moviesucktastic we talk nothing BUT Avatar! Fresh from seeing the film hear what Joey and Scott have to say about it.
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Episode 6: Pre-Holiday
We talk about A Christmas Carol (2009), Top 10, The Finger List, Law Abiding Citizen, Revolver, Boonedock Saints, Paranormal Activity, Friday the 13th Series, V Series (2009)
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Episode 5: Halloween Special!
Halloween Edition! We talk about SAW VI, C.H.U.D., Return Of The Living Dead, Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killer, John Walsh, Seven, The Blair Witch Project, Cinematic Confession, Peter Jackson, Avatar, Scott's Cinematic Confession: Linnea Quigley's Horror Workout and our contest details!
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Episode 4: Christian Horror
Christian horror films Thr3e, House and Black Roses. Also mentioned are A Civil Action, Hannibal, White Man's Burden and how Dark City fought for its name.
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Episode 3: 2009 & 2010 Remakes Special!
Remakes for 2009 and 2010 (as well as our own suggested future remakes), our general hatred of Tim Burton, Drag Me To Hell
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Episode 2: Movie Challenge Premier
Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Lost Boys 2, masturbation, forced urination (again), Tommy Wiseau, Tom Savini
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Episode 1: The Beginning
Dead Snow, Harry Potter, Rabid Dogs, Canadian horror films, severed fingers, DVD commentaries, Rue Morgue magazine, forced urination, cough drops
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